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April 2010
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Villa Zenaida

Villa Zenaida is named after the Zenaida Doves that are found in the BVI. The villa and its many vistas evoke the sensation of soaring in the clouds above our islands.

The panoramic view from Villa Zen...
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Shop Consciously

Since its opening last year, Arawak Interiors has stocked an inventory abounding in recycled products. Most of the furniture in the showroom is hand-crafted in Indonesia from reclaimed teak—some...
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Shoreside Review

Caribbean Mountain Coffee  -  I am not a coffee drinker, but my officemates are obsessed with Libbie Oliver’s Caribbean Mountain Coffee. Six months ago, she dropped some by for them to...
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Editor's Notes
Editor

During my morning swim in Cane Garden Bay, I usually zone out on the sea surrounding me. I push little, clear waves ahead of my path while doing breast stroke and think about nothing else. My mind is unmuddled. Unless I see someone's trash in the sea. Then my mind spins thoughts of rubbish and recycling and Pockwood Pond and underwater creatures and the evil that is plastic. But if there's...
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Beachfront Laws
Beachfront Laws

Our natural environment, including our beaches, underpins our tourism product and remains a significant point of attraction for tourists and residents alike. Imagine stepping out onto your apartment’s balcony to be greeted by the soothing sea breeze, a spectacular skyline and the calming sounds of a ocean tide; or walking out of your backyard for a stroll along a white sand beach. Living in ...
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Easy Being Green
Easy Being Green

Try to imagine your daily life without plastic. It's impossible. Plastic is in everything. Whenever you buy something to drink, once it's gone you're left with what? A plastic bottle And what becomes of that plastic bottle? For most people, the answer begins and ends with: “I throw it in the trash.”

And what becomes of that trash? Well, in many communities, the answer might...
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Erosion Control
Erosion Control

Perhaps the greatest assets these islands have to offer are their crystal clear waters and abundant reef life. However, these assets are under threat from the impacts of human development.

Whenever we make a cut in the hillside, we disturb the natural systems which protect our waters from the harmful effects of erosion and sedimentation. Erosion is the process where soil and rock are loosened and ...
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Recycling Industry
Recycling Industry

When I asked Mike Masters from Nautool about recycling metal, the initial response was that, in fact, nothing is left to waste. When I dug a little deeper, Mike began to tell me how his efforts in the 90s were born out of frustration and how he has always advocated recycling as a religion on an island that is full of trash.In 1992, Mike formed the company Metal Masters, which had a machine that co...
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